Because every project is different, we are simply prepared for everything.
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Fast delivery according to assembly progress and within specified time windows, provision of on-call goods, conception and pre-assembly of assemblies and individual production can be the success factors in plant construction. Combined with foresighted communication on different channels, your project becomes a success story.
Thousands of standard filters at seven locations in four German states. And all the many other little things you like to have in your system maintenance package. On time. The desired date. Preferably packed according to equipment and clearly labelled. This is how easy maintenance can be with the right partner.
If we stored everything we could build for you, we would have to build.
Our channel, fitting and pipe production is decentralized, flexible and fast. Very fast.
We love our job. And if your project was good, we are a little proud.
Munich Airport is the first airport in Germany to receive a midfield terminal. This is a passenger building located in the middle of the apron east of Terminal 2 and allows aircraft to dock on both sides of the building. For the construction, the existing baggage sorting hall will be extended by three storeys. An underground passenger transport system transports passengers from Terminal 2 to the satellite. Upon completion in 2015, an additional eleven million passengers can be transported.
Construction work on the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) began in 2010. Three elements determine the new building: the former wholesale market hall, which will be renovated on the outside and converted on the inside, the double office tower consisting of two polygonal 185-metre-high towers, which are connected via an atrium, and the entrance building, which connects the towers and hall to each other. The towers were opened in 2014.
On the site of the former combined heat and power plant in Munich’s Isarvorstadt district, a luxury quarter with office and commercial complex, five-storey atrium building with around 80 apartments and the striking, 54-metre-high former machine tower with 25 large luxury condominiums was built.
The Munich Reinsurance Company had an office building from the 1980s on the former computer centre of Siemens-Nixdorf in the north of Munich completely renovated in terms of energy and design. The complex consists of an 85-metre-high, 23-storey high-rise building and a six-storey flat stream with a curved glass facade and is to accommodate employees from various business units on more than 33,000 square metres of floor space in the future.